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I am looking for a trunk lock cylinder for my 1985 vw jetta does anyone have any sugestions on were I could find one... Thanks Andree

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There is many autoparts selling parts for import cars unfortunatelly i'm not familiar with your town but you can go to the dealer or just have your mechanic order one for you,
they have a very good relation with parts supliers,
or i can eve get one for you if this not violates this page polizy
any way, you should not have any problem getting it, also you can call one of those mobile locksmith guys and ask them where to get it or have them get it for you, good luck

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